PAY by Lessons Taught, 90

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You get paid for lessons marked as...

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When your student gives you plenty of notice that they need to skip a lesson, you should...

For the first 5 lessons, you'll earn 60% of the student's lesson price, for lessons 6-10 you'll earn 70% of the lesson price, for lessons 11-15 you'll earn 80% of the lesson price, and for lessons 16+ you'll earn 90% of the lesson price.
Want to earn more AND get more students? Just make sure all students pay for lessons exclusively through TakeLessons! Not only will you earn more the longer your student takes lessons, but every time they make another purchase, you become more likely to receive new students. It's simple...
We rank teachers with happy students higher in our search results.When students buy more lessons, it means you're doing a great job at keeping them happy.
You should never agree to accept payments offline via cash, check, or another website. Here's why:
1. There's no guarantee the student will pay you offline, which could put you in a bad situation (that's why we require all students to pay for lessons in advance!) 
2. Your profile won't benefit from your students' ongoing enrollment--which means we won't reward you with more students
3. It's a direct violation of our terms of use and will get you blocked from receiving new students
Quiz yoself 2
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When do you get paid?

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What percentage of the lesson price will you earn for your student's 16th lesson?

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How can I increase my earnings and receive more new students?

Note: If you ever need to jump around this lesson, just click the ☰ icon at the top-left of your lesson. It will take you to the lesson's table of contents. You'll earn up to 75 partner points for finishing this course!
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For the first 5 lessons, you'll earn 60% of the student's lesson price, for lessons 6-10 you'll earn 70% of the lesson price, for lessons 11-15 you'll earn 80% of the lesson price, and for lessons 16+ you'll earn 90% of the lesson price.

Want to earn more AND get more students? Just make sure all students pay for lessons exclusively through TakeLessons! Not only will you earn more the longer your student takes lessons, but every time they make another purchase, you become more likely to receive new students. It's simple...

We rank teachers with happy students higher in our search results. When students buy more lessons, it means you're doing a great job at keeping them happy.

You should never agree to accept payments offline via cash, check, or another website. Here's why:

1. There's no guarantee the student will pay you offline, which could put you in a bad situation (that's why we require all students to pay for lessons in advance!) 
2. Your profile won't benefit from your students' ongoing enrollment--which means we won't reward you with more students
3. It's a direct violation of our terms of use and will get you blocked from receiving new students

 Quiz yoself 2
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When do you get paid?
Every Friday for lessons marked as attended or missed from the week prior

Every Wednesday

Every leap year

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What percentage of the lesson price will you earn for your student's 16th lesson?
90% of the lesson price

60% of the lesson price

 Required
How can I increase my earnings and receive more new students?
Make sure your students purchase lessons exclusively through TakeLessons

Never accept payments from students via cash, check, or other websites

Keep students happy and coming back for more lessons

All of the above

Note: If you ever need to jump around this lesson, just click the ☰ icon at the top-left of your lesson. It will take you to the lesson's table of contents. You'll earn up to 75 partner points for finishing this course!
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